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Personality Plus


Published August 24, 2011


LibriVox recording of Personality Plus, by Edna Ferber.

Read by Phil Chenevert.

Personality Plus is an early novel by American author Edna Ferber. Originally published in 1914, Personality Plus is the second of three volumes chronicling the travels and events in the life of Emma McChesney. Ferber achieved her first successes with a series of stories centering around this character, a stylish and intelligent divorced mother who rises rapidly in business. ( Summary by wikipedia )

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Reviews

Reviewer: harron68 - - January 29, 2013
Subject: PERSONALITY PLUS
PERSONALITY PLUS ITSELF ISN'T QUITE THE EQUAL OF FERBER'S FIRST OF THE TRILOGY, ROAST BEEF MEDIUM. BEYOND THAT, THE READER DOES HIS BEST AND ONCE I GOT USED TO HIS STYLE, THINGS GOT EASIER. THERE SEEMED TO ME A FEW MISPRONUNCIATIONS, THOUGH ONLY "MAGNETO" REALLY ANNOYS. OVERALL, I AM GRATEFUL FOR THE AUDIO VERSION OF A RARE BOOK.
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